Fueled By Ramen recording artist grandson has shared an official music for “Apologize,” which is featured on his celebrated new EP, a modern tragedy vol. 2 . Produced by Sheehy.TV, and Directed by Jordan Wozy & Lucas Taggart, the “Apologize” official video is streaming now on Fueled By Ramen’s YouTube channel. a modern tragedy vol. 2 is available now at all DSPs.
Volume 2 of the modern tragedy series follows grandson’s Fueled By Ramen debut EP, a modern tragedy vol. 1, and is an exploration into the heart, into addiction, into power, into disillusionment, and into accepting who you are and not compromising. Marking some of his most personal work to date, a modern tragedy vol. 2 touches on the environment around grandson and serves as a commentary on gun violence, on apathy and sensationalized media, on truth and martyrdom.
Furthermore, grandson has been announced to perform at the highly anticipated Woodstock 50 in Watkins Glen, NY on August 16th. Additional festival performances slated for this spring include Jacksonville, FL’s Welcome To Rockville (May 5th), Rockingham, NC’s Epicenter Festival (May 11th), and Gulf Shores, AL’s Hangout Fest (May 19th). For complete details and ticket information, please visit www.grandsonmusic.com
In addition, an official video for the EP’s “6:00” premiered via Billboard who declared, “ he’s making music to send a message — and his latest video is no exception.” Directed by Gus Black, the clip was released in conjunction with Campaign Zero, an activist campaign dedicated to eradicating police violence in America. “6:00” can be viewed now via the official grandson YouTube channel HERE.
2018 also saw the release of grandson’s BLOOD // EDITS, an all-new remix EP featuring five exclusive remixes of “Blood // Water” created by such luminaries as Tom Morello, AWOLNATION, Krupa, King Kavalier, and 22 Bullets & Ghost. The EP is available now at all streaming services HERE.
grandson has spent much of the past year on the road, including tours alongside Nothing But Thieves, Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers, Joywave, and Rat Boy. In addition, grandson made his network television debut with a performance of “Blood // Water” on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, streaming HERE.
5 Jacksonville, FL Welcome to Rockville*
11 Rockingham, NC Epicenter Festival*
19 Gulf Shores, AL Hangout Fest*
16 Watkins Glen, NY Woodstock 50*
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